Thurs. Pa. boys' roundup: Wagner coasts to Bicentennial title

Posted: October 19, 2012

With a comfortable margin, Greg Wagner cruised to a first-place finish at the Bicentennial League cross-country championship on Thursday afternoon at Tyler State Park.

The Jenkintown runner navigated the 3.1-mile course in 15 minutes, 51 seconds - 12 seconds ahead of second-place Dan Alexander from Lower Moreland. Devon Prep's Tom Seykora finished in 16:17 for third.

Holy Ghost Prep captured the team title with 41 points and Jenkintown finished with 62 points for second.

Public. Science Leadership's Matthew Ferry edged out Germantown's Raheem Henry to capture first place at the league championship at Belmont Plateau.

Ferry finished at 17:54 and Henry came in five seconds later. The top 10 finishers were separated by just 34 seconds.

Masterman won the team title with 43 points.

Golf

Three Haverford players shot 2-over par 35 as the Fords finished in first place at the Inter-Ac tournament at Huntingdon Valley Country Club.

Scott Jasper, Tim Brooks, and Ryan Tetrault each shot a 37, and the Fords finished with a 227 team score. Episcopal's Erin Lo also shot a 37 as the Churchmen finished in second place with a 246. She is the only female golfer in the Inter-Ac.

Boys' Soccer

For the second time this season, Kevin Galloway lifted Academy Park to a win.

The senior notched his second game-winning goal as the Knights downed Ridley, 2-1.

Suburban One. Ryan Vare volleyed in a corner kick from Ben Marks with seven minutes left in regulation to lift Central Bucks East at Central Bucks South, 1-0. Jacob Nesturuk had five saves for the win.

Public. Abdul Sule and Daniel Morales scored twice each to lead Central past Science Leadership, 9-0, in a league play-in game.

Nonleague. Senior forward John Ferruzzi charged into the box and volleyed in a cross from Dan Goldfield to give Strath Haven a 1-0 overtime win over visiting Christopher Dock.

David Ruffini had six saves for the shutout and Nick Dudek played a strong game in the midfield.


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